About Speech, Theatre, and Mass Communication Resources

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The Charles W. Chesnutt Library has a variety of books, periodicals and electronic resources on speech, speech communication, mass communication, mass media, performing arts, and theatre related subjects. The Library assigned call numbers of this material are based on the Library of Congress Call Number System and assigned Subject Headings.

To see the entire Library of Congress Classification Outline for Language and Literature, click on LC Language and Literature Classification.

To locate current materials on your topic, use the Chesnutt Library Online Catalog available via the Chesnutt Library Homepage.

Go to the Speech, Theatre and Mass Communication Department at Fayetteville State University.

Library of Congress Call Numbers and Selected Subject Headings

P = Language and Literature

The "P" classification designates Languages and Literature and is very broad.
  Listed below are selected call numbers that relate to speech, theatre, and mass communication.

  • P 1-1091 Philology. Linguistics
  • P 1-85 General
  • P 87-96 Communication. Mass media
  • P 94.7 Interpersonal communication
  • P 95-95.6 Oral communication. Speech
  • P 98-98.5 Computational linguistics. Natural language processing
  • P 99-99.4 Semiotics
  • P 99.5-99.6 Nonverbal communication
  • P 101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar
  • P 118-118.7 Language acquisition
  • P 121-149 Science of language (Linguistics)
  • P 201-299 Comparative grammar
  • P 301-301.5 Style. Composition. Rhetoric
  • P 302-302.87 Discourse analysis
  • P 306-310 Translating and interpreting
  • P 321-324.5 Etymology
  • P 325-325.5 Semantics
  • P 326-326.5 Lexicology
  • P 327-327.5 Lexicography
  • P 375-381 Linguistic geography
  • P 501-769 Indo-European (Indo-Germanic) philology
  • P 901-1091 Extinct ancient or medieval languages

 

 

  • PN 1530 The monologue
  • PN 1551 The dialogue
  • PN 1560-1590 The performing arts. Show business
  • PN 1585-1589 Centers for the performing arts
  • PN 1600-3307 Drama
  •    PN 1635-1650 Relation to, and treatment of, special subjects
  •    PN 1660-1693 Technique of dramatic composition
  •    PN 1720-1861 History
  •    PN 1865-1988 Special types
  • PN 1990-1992.92 Broadcasting
  •       PN 1991-1991.9 Radio broadcasts
  •       PN 1992-1992.92 Television broadcasts
  • PN 1992.93-19 92.95 Nonbroadcast video recordings 
  • PN 1993-1999 Motion pictures
  •       PN 1997-1997.85 Plays, scenarios, etc.
  • PN 2000-3307 Dramatic representation. The theater
  •       PN 2061-2071 Art of acting
  •       PN 2085-2091 The stage and accessories 
  •       PN 2131-2193 By period
  •             PN 2131-2145 Ancient
  •             PN 2152-2160 Medieval
  •             PN 2171-2179 Renaissance
  •             PN 2181-2193 Modern
  •       PN 2219.3-3030 Special regions or countries
  •       PN 3035 The Jewish theater
  •       PN 3151-3171 Amateur theater
  •       PN 3175-3191 College and school theatricals
  •       PN 3203-3299 Tableaux, pageants, "Happenings,"
  • PN 4001-4355 Oratory. Elocution, etc.
  •       PN 4071-4095 Study and teaching
  •       PN 4177-4191 Debating
  •       PN 4199-4321 Recitations (in English)
  •       PN 4331-4355 Recitations in foreign languages
  • Acting
  • Actors
  • Actresses
  • African American Theater
  • African Americans and Mass Media
  • African Americans in Mass Media
  • African Americans in Motion Pictures
  • Artists and Theater
  • Authors and Theater
  • Auditory Perception
  • Bilingualism
  • Body Language
  • Broadcasting
  • Business Communication
  • Child Actors
  • Children Language
  • Children's Plays
  • Communication
  • Communication in Education
  • Communication in Management
  • Communication in Organizations
  • Communication in Science
  • Communication in Small Groups
  • Communication in the Family
  • Communication International
  • Communication of Technical Information
  • Communicative Disorders
  • Comparative Linguistics
  • Conversation
  • Dance
  • Dialogue
  • Dialogue Analysis
  • Diction
  • Discourse
  • Discourse Analysis Narrative
  • Discourse Analysis Literary
  • Drama
  • Elocution
  • Entertainers
  • Expression
  • Facial Expression
  • Figures of Speech
  • Film Adaptations
  • Freedom of Speech
  • Hearing
  • Inquiry Theory of Knowledge
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Journalism
  • Language Acquisition
  • Language and Culture
  • Language and Education
  • Language and Languages
  • Language and Logic
  • Language and Sex
  • Language Arts
  • Language Children
  • Language Disorders
  • Language Experience Approach in Education
  • Language Planning
  • Language Policy
  • Language Women
  • Languages in Contact
  • Languages Modern Study and Teaching
  • Lectures and Lecturing
  • Linguistics
  • Mass Communication
  • Mass Media
  • Monologues
  • Motion Picture Actors and Actresses
  • Motion Picture Authorship
  • Motion Picture Plays
  • Motion Pictures
  • Motion Pictures Aesthetics
  • Mysteries and Miracle Plays
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • One Act Plays
  • Oral Communication
  • Oral Interpretation
  • Oral History
  • Oral Reading
  • Oral Tradition
  • Oratory
  • Part Songs
  • Penmanship
  • Performing Arts
  • Public Speaking
  • Questioning
  • Radio
  • Reading
  • Reporters and Reporting
  • Screenwriting
  • Sound
  • Singing
  • Singing Physiological Aspects
  • Speech
  • Speech Acts Linguistics
  • Speech Disorders
  • Speech in Literature
  • Speech Perception
  • Speech Physiological Aspects
  • Speech Processing Systems
  • Speech Study and Teaching
  • Speech Synthesis
  • Speech Therapy
  • Speeches Addresses Etc
  • Speeches Addresses Etc American
  • Speechwriting
  • Stuttering
  • Telecommunication
  • Telecommunication in Education
  • Telecommunication Policy
  • Television
  • Television Broadcasting of News
  • Theater
  • Theater and Society
  • Theater Study and Teaching
  • Theater England History
  • Theater History
  • Theater Production and Direction
  • Theater United States
  • Theaters
  • Theaters Stage Setting and Scenery
  • Vocal Music
  • Voice
  • Voice Culture
  • Voice Disorders
  • Voice Physiological Aspects
  • Voice Teachers
  • Writing

 

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Last Updated:9/12/07